How do i get my uk web site www.abbdrivespares.co.uk translated to norweigan and how do I purchase a norweigan domain www.abbdrivesspares.no ?

Question posted by Kevin Brown, on behalf of Quantum Controls in NE42

We currently have a handful of clients in Norway but would like to reach more and would like to have a current web site translated and with a Norway domain so we can set up a Google ad word campaign to attract enquiries

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David Lowe, on behalf of Open to Export in PE2.

Kevin,

If you haven't already read it, the following articles might be of interest:

http://opentoexport.com/article/dos-and-donts-with-international-online-marketing/
http://opentoexport.com/article/guide-to-international-seo/
http://opentoexport.com/article/could-website-localisation-give-you-a-global-edge/
http://opentoexport.com/article/ppc-quality-or-quantity/

All these and a number of other articles are from our recent feature on e-commerce.
http://opentoexport.com/info/international-ecommerce/

Kind regards

David

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Richard England, on behalf of Consulting for Export in WD3.

Kevin,
You might like to try this website for assistance: www.peopleperhour.com
This international site allows you to register your need and state what you are prepared to pay for the service. I am sure your request will receive a number of positive responses as the majority of the expertise offered comes from website developers, software developers and translators.

Regards,

Richard England

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Joe Atkinson, on behalf of Skrivanek Translations in W1U.

Hi Kevin, I am UK account manager global top 30 translation company and if you would like to contact me I would be happy to discuss your requirements on a no obligation basis of course. A couple of things I would say from the off one maybe obvious the other maybe not so.

First if you are going to do it then do it well , a badly translated website is a very poor calling card in a new market. A reputable company will offer a free trial translation to show they know what they are doing in terms of quality/terminology etc. Obviously you need to choose a language you can check independently!

Secondly don't only think about the immediate next market, language translation companies like multilanguage projects and the economies of scale can be passed on to the client. For example we offer a 10% discount to new clients but only on their first order. So, think what other languages you might need a year or two down the line. You will have the website text ready for further expansion.

If I can be of further assistance just let me know

Good luck!

Joe Atkinson

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Hi Kevin,

We would be happy to talk to you about translating your website into Norwegian - we have a lot of experience of translating websites and other digital materials.

Visit our website at www.firstedit.co.uk to find out more about us.

Kind regards,
Bridget

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Robert Campbell, on behalf of Ecommnet Limited in NE15.

Hi,
We're a IT consultancy specialising in a number of areas.
We can help by registering and managing your additional domain names and hosting of the DNS for the domains. (That's the equivalent of the internet's address book.)

We can also advise on "how" to have your web site translated, and how to implement it once it's been translated. It's possible to have ONE website that's available in multiple languages so that you have only to maintain the one site. This is rather than having multiple sites that have to be maintained separately.

Happy to have a no obligation chat, give me a call or drop me an email.

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Robert Timms, on behalf of translate plus in N1.

Dear Kevin,

I represent a UK-headquartered translation company who specialise in helping businesses to export internationally through website localisation and the translation of associated content such as marketing collateral and -- bearing in mind you are looking for new customers -- incoming website enquiries where (if the Norwegian market is successful for you) you may also need access to a service translating back from Norwegian into English.

Having taken an initial look at your website, it looks to us like you would need a combination of "front end" translation plus localisation of your underlying product catalogue, which we expect is stored in a PIM or other database-driven system. In addition, you would probably also want to consider configuring Google Analytics specifically for Norway, so that you can track goals and performance as you do on your English site at present.

Please feel free to get in touch and one of our business consultants can discuss the options with you, and we'd be happy to provide you with a quote once we have a full understanding of your requirements.

We can also assist with the process of registering a .no domain, so we hope to have the opportunity to talk through our one-stop-shop solution in more detail.

Best wishes,

Robert

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Emmanuel Korie, on behalf of Baron Managed Services in EC4M.

This can be done in a number of ways. Firstly, if your website is CMS based, such as wordpress, joomla or drupal, then you can configure and enable the required languages in the backend of the site seamlessly. Secondly, if you have 'bespoke' site, you can incorporate google translation services which does not always work across all the browser flavours out there. Alternatively, you can also create a targeted website as a sub.domain of your site, where you have no.abbdrivespares.co.uk. By the way, you can get up to 3000 GBP export voucher matched funding grant to accomplish this. Always speak to your web developer at the first instance to see the possibilities. Hoowever, we can provide quotes for any of the scenarios above, after a review which is also subsidised by the UKTI to the tune of 250 GBP

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Mike Pedersen, on behalf of Norway2UK in North East England.

Hi Kevin, We would be able to help on both counts. Mike

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